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Cleanup's unintended cost

13 August 2010 By Wei Gu

Beijing has ordered banks to bring loans made to trust companies back onto their books. Closing the loophole will help reduce financial risks. But the move could also leave make it harder for banks to meet existing lending limits, restricting the supply of credit.

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